WATCH: Why data matters’s Celeste Starchild shares why consumers are the North Star of the industry
by Inman Mar 12
ICNY 18 C.A.R. WomanUP!: Why RE tech companies are getting it right when Silicon Valley has it wrong
Vikki Bartholomae, Celeste Starchild and Heather Sittig Jackson talk opportunity gaps, company culture and more
by Inman Apr 5
How agents and brokers should think about listing data
Celeste Starchild discusses syndication, artificial intelligence and more
by Brad Inman May 20
Celeste Starchild on international buying trends

Most people probably assume that international buyers are looking at luxury homes in the U.S. But according to Celeste Starchild, Move’s senior vice president of professional software and general manager of ListHub, the average price of a home being purchased by an international buyer is a humble $250,000 — even slightly under.

by Gill South Apr 8
Does the MLS limit progress?
Two sides of one heated debate hashed out the question. Who won?
by Amber Taufen Jan 27
The week in industry hires and promotions: Jan. 4-8, 2016
New executives, managers and agents in the residential real estate, tech and mortgage spaces
by Inman Jan 10
Celeste Starchild promoted to SVP of professional software at Move
The ListHub general manager will keep her current responsibilities and add more
by Amber Taufen Jan 7
20 ICSF takeaways worth revisiting today
Which of these takeaways will change your business?
by Bernice Ross Sep 28
How to connect with global real estate portals to win business
Tips from a pro on taking your business higher
by Inman Sep 2
ListHub general manager discusses Zillow syndication agreement
What do listing syndication changes mean for the industry?
by Tim & Julie Harris Jan 28
ListHub to school brokers, agents on finer points of listing syndication
'WiseAdvertise' program, offered through MLSs, will tackle listing duplication, trumping rules, lead routing
by Paul Hagey Jun 26
Move promotes from within to plug hole created by departures of key execs to Zillow
More management changes could be in the works at operator
by Paul Hagey May 22